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OPPORTUNITIES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS OF MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY: PROCEEDINGS OF THE OCTOBER 5-6, 1999, WORKSHOP Appendixes

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS OF MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY: PROCEEDINGS OF THE OCTOBER 5-6, 1999, WORKSHOP Appendix A WORKSHOP ON OPPORTUNITIES FOR ADVANCEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS OF MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY Georgetown Holiday Inn 2101 Wisconsin Avenue NW Washington, DC 20007 OCTOBER 5-6, 1999 AGENDA Tuesday, 5 October 1999 Introduction and Goals 8:30 a.m. Roger C. Prince, Exxon/Mobil Research & Engineering Linda Kupfer, Sea Grant Maryanna Henkart, National Science Foundation Biomaterials 9:00 Introduction—David Manyak, Oceanix Biosciences 9:10 — Marc W. Mittelman, Altan Corp. 9:30 — J. W. Costerton, Montana State University—Bozeman Antifouling 9:50 Roundtable discussion 10:20 Break 10:35 Rapporteur Report on Biomaterials—David Manyak Economic and Regulatory Aspects 11:20 Introduction — Raymond A. Zilinskas, Monterey Institute of International Studies 11:30 — Lori Denno, Delaware Nature Society Regulatory considerations 11:50 — Diane Hite, Mississippi State University Economic considerations 12:10 p.m. Lunch 1:00 Roundtable discussion

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS OF MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY: PROCEEDINGS OF THE OCTOBER 5-6, 1999, WORKSHOP Bioremediation 1:30 Introduction — Roger C. Prince, Exxon/Mobil Research & Engineering 1:40 — Lily Young, Rutgers University Spilled oil bioremediation 2:00 — Kenneth Lee, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada Spilled oil bioremediation 2:20 — Ralph J. Portier, Louisiana State University Marsh bioremediation 2:40 — Irving A. Mendelssohn, Louisiana State University Respondant 2:50 Roundtable discussion 3:20 Break Restoration 3:30 Introduction — Judith McDowell, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 3:40 — Aileen N. C. Morse, University of California—Santa Barbara Coral and reef restoration 4:00 — Laurie Richardson, Florida International University Coral epidemiology 4:20 — Richard Dodge, National Coral Reef Institute Respondant 4:30 Roundtable discussion 5:00 Adjourn Wednesday, 6 October 1999 Restoration/Prediction and Monitoring 8:30 a.m. Introduction — Roger C. Prince, Exxon/Mobil Research & Engineering 8:40 — François M. M. Morel, Princeton University Inorganic metals 9:00 — Jed Fuhrman, University of Southern California, Los Angeles Microbial contamination 9:20 — Mark E. Hahn, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Toxicology

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS OF MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY: PROCEEDINGS OF THE OCTOBER 5-6, 1999, WORKSHOP 9:40 — JoAnn Burkholder, North Carolina State University Algal Blooms 10:00 — Michael Smolen, World Wildlife Fund Respondant 10:10 Roundtable discussion 10:40 Break Rapporteur Reports 11:00 — Raymond A. Zilinskas, Monterey Institute of International Studies Socioeconomic and regulatory aspects General discussion 11:45 — Roger C. Prince, Exxon/Mobil Research & Engineering Bioremediation General discussion 12:30 p.m. Lunch 1:15 — Judith McDowell, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Restoration General discussion Closing Comments 2:00 Roger C. Prince, Exxon/Mobil Research & Engineering 2:30 Adjourn

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